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    I found this on Pinterest and decided to make it for Carnival Night at my son's school and it got rave reviews. It's just a simple chocolate cake with some very creative toppings that make it look adorable and it's a great cake to use for celebrating Spring or Easter! (Total time does not include cooling time on the cake)

    Recipe #477087

    I found this recipe in a Keebler coupon/recipe pamphlet from our local Weis grocery store. Posting for safe keeping since this sounds REALLY good! CHILL TIME IS INCLUDED IN THE COOKING TIME.

    Recipe #469190

    This recipe includes all kinds of superfoods and can be prepared in around 15 minutes. It is scaled to serve 1 person but it can easily be multiplied for a family.

    Recipe #474596

    Not only does this only have 3 simple ingredients, it's ready in 10 minutes. This recipe only serves one but it can easily be multiplied for a family meal.

    Recipe #474582

    This is great for a hot summer night. Refreshing and tangy. Enjoy!

    Recipe #194687

    Another yummy, refreshing summertime cocktail. The fresh fruit makes it to die for. Takes a little bit of time to "muddle" the fruit, but it's all worth it in the end.

    Recipe #194689

    I found this recipe in a book called "Great American Favorite Brand Name Cookbook" and I have not tried it yet, but I'm trying to get some stuff up here before I have to return the book. So if anyone tries it and has any comments, let me know. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #315595

    I found this in the 2012 version of the "Taste of Home" cookbook. It was submitted by Heather Bonser of Laurel Montana.

    Recipe #487586

    My fiance was talking about having a craving for ham and pineapple one night so I started browsing recipes. I found a few and since I couldn't decide which one to make, I combined them and came up with this. I thought it was delicious, but I think I'll use crushed pineapple next time to spread the taste of it more. You could also make this to use up your leftover Easter or Christmas ham! I hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #453108

    I found this one on the Taste of Home website and I'm posting it here for safe keeping. I'll give a better description once I make it.

    Recipe #449446

    I found this on the "How Sweet It Is" food blog and I decided to make it for Thanksgiving. I used Barefoot Pinot Grigio, generic apple cider and the cheapest ginger brandy that I could find and it was still really yummy. Make sure you let the apples soak for a while because they draw some of the bite from the liquor. I made mine in the morning and served it at 6 PM and it was great! Kind of like a grown up apple cider punch! (Cook time is chill time)

    Recipe #490291

    I was looking for some simple muffins to make for a church bake sale when I came across the "base recipe" for these muffins on the Dunkin Hines website. I added a few ingredients and came up with this delicious number that combines my bounty of apples, cinnamon and sugar to create a moist muffin that goes great with your morning cup of java! Cooking time is per each dozen tray of muffins. (Also, the picture is missing the cinnamon/sugar coating. I decided to add that later)

    Recipe #490059

    I have not tried this yet, but the picture in the cookbook looked like it would be really good. It's from the Favorite Brand Names Cookbook and sounds like it would be really easy to make.

    Recipe #325549

    I found this in a recipe/coupon pamphlet that I found at our local Weis grocery store. Just posting for safe keeping and to hopefully make for New Years Eve!

    Recipe #469182

    This one is from a blog called Closet Cooking and it looks divine! You bake the dip on top of the bread so all you have to do is bake, slice and serve!

    Recipe #479203

    I found this recipe for a pork roast in Woman's Day magazine and changed it up a little bit. I use pork chops in place of a roast and served it with stir-fried vegetables and rice. I also made another batch of the sauce and poured it into the stir-fried vegetables (with some cornstarch) while they were cooking. I was worried because the ingredients were kind of foreign to me but it turned out wonderfully.

    Recipe #454865

    This is from an internet food blog about healthy, delicious meals that can be prepared in under 15 minutes. I am posting for safe keeping. It serves one person.

    Recipe #474607

    I found this super simple, but fantastic looking, recipe when I was looking for an idea for a cake to make for a cake walk at the carnival at my daughter's school. Everyone oohed and ahhed over it and a picture of it was on the cover of the school newsletter that month. It is insanely easy but I promise that you will have everyone asking for your recipe! You can also change the theme of the cake by substituting seasonal M&M's on top.

    Recipe #468687

    I found this one on the Mayo Clinic website under the healthy recipes section. It's healthy but oh-so-yummy and easy too! This mixture is a great dressing for mixed green salads and is a good topping for fish or chicken. UPDATE: I tweaked the recipe and added garlic salt. Not quite as healthy, but it did improve the flavor.

    Recipe #281680

    I found this recipe on wholesomebabyfood.com and I am posting it for safe keeping. It is recommended for babies that are 6 months and older, but they also advise speaking to your pediatrician before starting your baby on solids. Also, remember to follow the RULE OF FOUR (wait 4 days after introducing new foods) and make sure your baby has had no allergic reactions to any of the foods in this recipe before serving it!

    Recipe #459988

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